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Software Engineer | Part time hacker of all the things | Wannabe catgirl | she/her | #nobot
Hello there little table, I wonder what you're for.
Was trying to dump a ROM table from a TI MCU, didn't work out as I had hoped.
Don't mind me, I'm just backporting some C++20 stuff into C++17.
I still need to dump the firmware from my payphone.
Might do that tomorrow.
I'm happy with that LLVM build time.
(Well, LLVM, Clang, lldb, lld, libcxx, and libcxxabi)
Making that new CPU earn it's stay.
So I can't get into my scaleway account. Page just spins loading forever.
I tried in FireFox, Chromium, from both my connection and over a SOCKS5 proxy, nothing.
What does seem to work is using Chrome over X11 forwarding on my fiancee's box.....
I hate computers.
For those wondering
I've built binutils and GCC no less than 5 times for 4 different architectures tonight.
All the cross compilers~
I was wondering why the kernel was using, like 20 gigs of RAM, turns out the `vm.dirty_ratio` was 20%.
Now 20% isn't *that* much, but 20% of 128GB is still a lot of RAM that I could be using for other things, like building GCC.
It's been stuck here for the past 45 minutes....
Maybe it'll be done when I wake up tomorrow
Even with the container filesystem on an SSD this install takes *forever*
Common Xilinx, you can do better than that.
I like using LXC much more than I do docker, just feels better to me.
I would *LOVE* to use an OSS toolchain, but I'm kinda stuck.
And I'd love to use SymbiFlow / yosys but,
1) I'm using VHDL not Verilog and the VHDL frontends for yosys don't look too stable and/or maintained.
2) nextpnr, etc don't support the Xilinx chips I'm using
I mean, I'm stuffing this in an LXC container anyway so it doesn't puke on my shiny new system. but still.
The Xilinx Vivado package is soooooooo large, ouch.
I wish I could just snag their pnr stuff to run from the command line.
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